Move to give Jews special status sparks controversy

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Move to give Jews special status sparks controversy

30 Jul 2018

“The Nation State Law is a Basic Law, which makes it part of Israel’s Constitution. The law was passed narrowly after a heated eight-hour debate during which opposition and Arab members of the Knesset tore up the printed text of the law, waved black flags, and shouted ‘apartheid’.”

In an article published in The Straits Times, Senior Research Fellow Victor Kattan discusses why Israel’s Nation State Law is so controversial.